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Five questions on Russia's air strikes in Syria

What is Russia doing in Syria? I was allowed to visit the Khmeimim airbase at the Bassel al-Assad International Airport, named after the deceased

What is Russia doing in Syria? I was allowed to visit the Khmeimim airbase at the Bassel al-Assad International Airport, named after the deceased

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'Russia needs to return Crimea to Ukraine,' says Kyiv official

A high-level Ukrainian government advisor has told euronews that Russia needs to return Crimea to Ukraine. Dmytro Shymkyv, Deputy Head of Ukraine’s

A high-level Ukrainian government advisor has told euronews that Russia needs to return Crimea to Ukraine. Dmytro Shymkyv, Deputy Head of Ukraine’s

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Kurdish forces call for further international help

Iraqi Kurdish forces fighting ISIL fighters near Makhmour, a town recaptured from the militant group by the Kurds, say they need more weapons because

Iraqi Kurdish forces fighting ISIL fighters near Makhmour, a town recaptured from the militant group by the Kurds, say they need more weapons because

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Ukraine nationalists out in force in Kyiv supporting WWII army

A Ukrainian nationalist demonstration brought ugly scenes outside parliament in Kyiv as protesters clashed with police. The protesters wanted, but

A Ukrainian nationalist demonstration brought ugly scenes outside parliament in Kyiv as protesters clashed with police. The protesters wanted, but

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EU leaders again discuss ways to create jobs

Finding ways to get more Europeans in work and boost growth was the aim of a summit of EU leaders in the Italian city of Milan. That includes

Finding ways to get more Europeans in work and boost growth was the aim of a summit of EU leaders in the Italian city of Milan. That includes

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Self-rule for rebel-held Ukraine passed in 'secret vote'

New laws giving greater powers to rebel-held areas in Ukraine have caused controversy after they were passed in a secret vote. Critics say the

New laws giving greater powers to rebel-held areas in Ukraine have caused controversy after they were passed in a secret vote. Critics say the

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From our Gaza correspondent: the "safe" haven of the hotel

Euronews’ special correspondent in Gaza, Valérie Gauriat, reports on the strange reality of life in the territory Back to the hotel, one of those

Euronews’ special correspondent in Gaza, Valérie Gauriat, reports on the strange reality of life in the territory Back to the hotel, one of those

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Gazans under Israeli bombardment frustrated, angry, shaken

Didier Burnod spoke with our special envoy in Gaza, Valérie Gauriat. Burnod: “The bombardments don’t seem to have lost any of their intensity

Didier Burnod spoke with our special envoy in Gaza, Valérie Gauriat. Burnod: “The bombardments don’t seem to have lost any of their intensity

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Mixed reaction to King Juan Carlos abdication

There has been a mixed reaction in Spain to the abdication of King Juan Carlos euronews took to the streets of Madrid to find out what the feeling

There has been a mixed reaction in Spain to the abdication of King Juan Carlos euronews took to the streets of Madrid to find out what the feeling

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Ukraine's army operation to retake eastern cities turns into farce

In a direct challenge to rule from Kyiv, pro-Russian partisans have seized several armoured vehicles throwing the Ukrainian military operation to

In a direct challenge to rule from Kyiv, pro-Russian partisans have seized several armoured vehicles throwing the Ukrainian military operation to

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Ukraine: Emotions run high in Crimea's Simferopol

Crimea has become the focus in a crisis which has wide-ranging implications. For many Russians, Crimea has a strong emotional resonance. For

Crimea has become the focus in a crisis which has wide-ranging implications. For many Russians, Crimea has a strong emotional resonance. For

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Greece: recovery and rebuilding in quake-hit Kefalonia

The Greek island of Kefalonia is recovering from a series of earthquakes. The first, on January 26, registered 6.0 on the Richter scale. A second

The Greek island of Kefalonia is recovering from a series of earthquakes. The first, on January 26, registered 6.0 on the Richter scale. A second

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US-France: Obama and Hollande talk up an 'alliance transformed'

French President Francois Hollande has arrived in Washington – on the first foreign state visit to the US personally hosted by President Barack Obama

French President Francois Hollande has arrived in Washington – on the first foreign state visit to the US personally hosted by President Barack Obama

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More police sackings as Turkish government roots out 'plot'

It is now clear that a full-scale purge is underway in Turkey, where the ruling AK party is claiming a “dark power” exists behind the scenes that is

It is now clear that a full-scale purge is underway in Turkey, where the ruling AK party is claiming a “dark power” exists behind the scenes that is

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US shutdown analysis: 'the worst that things have ever been'

As the moment when the United States could hit the debt ceiling and run out of money draws closer, euronews’ Washington correspondent, Stefan Grobe

As the moment when the United States could hit the debt ceiling and run out of money draws closer, euronews’ Washington correspondent, Stefan Grobe

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Lebanon engulfed by tide of Syrian refugees

More than a quarter of Lebanon’s population is now made up of Syrian refugees, and many Lebanese people are calling on their government to take more

More than a quarter of Lebanon’s population is now made up of Syrian refugees, and many Lebanese people are calling on their government to take more

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Has Egypt brought the Muslim Brotherhood to its knees?

Egypt’s high court has issued a ruling on the Muslim Brotherhood outlawing its activities and freezing its assets. Legal expert Asharaf Mohammed

Egypt’s high court has issued a ruling on the Muslim Brotherhood outlawing its activities and freezing its assets. Legal expert Asharaf Mohammed

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Syria divisions deliver a fractious G20 summit in St Petersburg

Divisions over Syria top the menu at a fractious G20 summit in St Petersburg. A spokesperson for the Russian presidency said any US attack on Syria

Divisions over Syria top the menu at a fractious G20 summit in St Petersburg. A spokesperson for the Russian presidency said any US attack on Syria

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Syria: Iran under close scrutiny in Washington

As the Obama administration drums up Congressional support for air strikes against the regime of President Assad in Damascus, Syria’s only regional

As the Obama administration drums up Congressional support for air strikes against the regime of President Assad in Damascus, Syria’s only regional

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Who's watching you and who monitors the watchers?

The British government has responded to public concern about the vast number of closed circuit surveillance cameras in the UK with a new code of

The British government has responded to public concern about the vast number of closed circuit surveillance cameras in the UK with a new code of

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Train crash sparks solidarity across Santiago de Compostela

There have been overwhelming displays of solidarity across Santiago de Compostela. Hotels have organised free rooms for crash victim relatives and

There have been overwhelming displays of solidarity across Santiago de Compostela. Hotels have organised free rooms for crash victim relatives and

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Violent scuffles in Kiev over delayed Mayoral elections

Opposition activists have clashed with riot police outside the city council in Ukraine’s capital during protests at the lack of elections since the

Opposition activists have clashed with riot police outside the city council in Ukraine’s capital during protests at the lack of elections since the